Paloma Renaissance Antalya Beach Resort & Spa

The high restaurant count and great pool scene do this place proud. Plus, it's had a top-to-toe makeover for May 2015.

The Taurus Mountains and the Med make great backdrops to this place. Paths weave their way through jasmine-scented gardens to a private stretch of beach, and just outside the hotel grounds there’s a strip of shops.

This place pulls out all the stops on the restaurant front – there are 7 altogether including a Mexican one on the beach. The pools aren’t far behind, with special mention going to the one with whirlpool baths.

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All Inclusive - Here's what you get

Food

Full Board buffet meals in "La Noblesse" restaurant. Snacks.Tea and coffee and pastries.

Drink

Selected local and international alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks

Sports and Activities

All are included except where indicated.

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Relax pool

If relaxation is what you're looking for, head to the outdoor relax pool. It's specifically designed to be calm and tranquil with the help of Jacuzzis® - a great place to de-stress. Sunbeds, parasols and towels are included.

Hotel-run kids' club

A great kids' club offering activities and entertainment for little ones aged 4-12 years.

Lotus Far East Asian à la carte restaurant*

Tuck into speciality dishes from the Far East here.

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twin room with garden view

Twin room with garden view sleeps 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children with twin beds and a sofa-bed. Satellite TV with international channels and a music channel. Air-conditioning and central heating is centrally controlled in the main building.

twin room with garden view

Twin room with garden view sleeps up to 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children with twin beds and a sofa-bed - can be sold as a single. Satellite TV with international channels and a music channel. Air-conditioning and central heating is centrally controlled in the main building.

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Great hotel to stay!

In beldibi there are just one main road where all hotels are placed. There is few shops and fewer restaurangs in the area. So it´s really recomended that hotel has it all and actually Renaissance almost do have. Service is really great and specially Irish pub can be recomended. Great green park area (not typical in turkey) and more than enough room to serving sun :) Buffet food is great, but alacarte restaurang at the beach was absolutely fantastic! And dont forget the drinks :) They do all the drinks you required always smile on their faces. So the stuff is really polite and helpful.More

Tommi T, Oulu, Finland

Lovely location shame the needed refurbishment started during our stay!

This hotel is in a beautiful location. It is ready for a refurbishment and will hopefully become a five star venue once this is complete. It is a shame that this refurbishment started whilst we were there - rooms being dismantled resulting in lots of noise from 8am, staff inattentive, restaurants shutting, many areas looking tired with some amenities broken. The other issue was the number of cats that were roaming around both inside and outside. They were in the restaurants, on furniture, on the beach and gardens. We were told that there were over 40 cats - a bit of an issue when 2 of our party have a cat allergy! Waiters were seen to feed the cats scraps off guests plates and the cats could be seen on chairs and tables in the restaurant areas - health and safety from this perspective was not good. Despite all of this, we had a good holiday. The location of this hotel is beautiful and the gardens are lovely. We would like to visit again after the refurbishment is complete and hopefully receive the 5 star service which we didn't get on this occasion.More

Sue3762, Stratford-upon-Avon, United Kingdom

It was an Ok holiday.

We wanted to go somewhere for one week with some luxury & not to be surrounded by kids or lots of Brits.. On arrival we were very pleased with the modern decor & ambience of the place. Check in was pretty straight forward, three other couples were also checking in. We had minimal conversation from the check in staff, they were pleasant. Our room was a few floors up & we were very happy with it. Really spacious, clean & we had a great view! The pool areas, and general areas were good! Beach is stones, and not comfortable to walk on. Also the beds on beach are on a slight slant which wasn't comfortable after about 30 mins. Our frustrations with the resort was having to book a day in advance for a restaurant. It wasn't till our third night until we could get in anywhere! You'd think arriving on your first night they would give you a choice. When you walked past restaurants in the evening there were always tables empty! Anyway we had to eat in the main buffet until we could book a restaurant. We found it a little confusing we when walked into the buffet, a member of staff made eye contact with us then turned her back to us. I had to go over to her & ask if we just take any table. She just replied yes. We looked around the buffet, it was ok. Just ok. When we sat to eat, we noticed the same lady staff filling up enough tables drinks. Again not attending to us after, we had to go over to ask for some water. Observing all tables & staff, we noticed other nationalities having 100% more interaction than we got! Every time we used the main buffet we always had to go up to a staff member to get water etc, service in there we found to be poor. The food in the buffet was also the same day in day out. The other restaurants were great otherwise! We enjoyed the entertainment in the evenings & the entertainment team really make the place light up. There is a slight language barrier in this resort, there were a lot of French & German people here. We felt they got preferential treatment. Overall the holiday here was ok, we are still in two minds if we would return or not. When you spend quite a bit of money on a holiday you want your holiday to be worth every penny. We didn't get our money's worth this time which was a real shame. More

Rose P, Shrewsbury, United Kingdom

Still a great place

Second visit to this hotel; a lovely location surrounded by mountains and forests. Local bus service very reliable and cheap - although sometimes seems like a bit of a white knuckle ride! The hotel is closing in early November for a huge refurbishment, and we're looking forward to paying a visit once the work is completed. A lot of the staff have already found new places to go, but during our stay the remaining staff (plenty of them!) continued to provide the high standard we expected. The main restaurant continued to provide a great range of food, and the other restaurants on site that we tried during our stay were very busy offering different styles of fare which went down very well with our party. Our room was large and spacious, and the others in our party had large family rooms. Generally the rooms were good, although 'tired' - a good reason for the refurbishment. I know from speaking to other guests that some were disappointed that refurbishment work was starting to affect their stay, but it never affected us personally.More

Dave T, East Molesey, United Kingdom

Surreal experience

Love this hotel, fourth visit and will return when refurbishment completed. Sadly they decided to start the work when some of us are still here! Apparently it is shutting for 4 months so why not wait a week to start. As it is the experience is a cross between the Marie Celeste and the Titanic. Roomsclosing around us, furniture passing by on trolleys, deserted public spaces, restaurants closing, some foods and drinks in short supply, staff disappearing, waiting times increasing.... The ball room is full of stacked furniture, room doors left open with dismantled bathrooms on display. What you call a public relations nightmare! Good job there is no orchestra or I would expect them to go down with the ship. Thomas Cook and thomsons no doubt will be gearing up to handle compensation claims aplenty, will be a challenge for them, will report back on progress there. Must go just seen an iceberg off the beach!More

jandsBristolUk, bristol uk

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